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1000 miles in 2019

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5 Dec
5:10pm, 5 Dec 2019
5609 posts
Well done Evangel running 7 miles in the cold.

Marky , sorry to hear that you had to miss the 5k time trial. Our running club has one this evening but I'm not doing it.

Steve, 5k in the fog was more than enough, as to go further would probably have done more harm than good.

I ran the Dibden Doddle again this morning with about a dozen club mates, hence, not doing the time trial this evening. It was well below freezing and much of the mud had hardened with the ice and frost. We ran 8.6 miles over a very varied route and the scenery was lovely, with everything coloured white. Our leader knows the forest "inside out," and it's a different route each time.
6 Dec
4:14pm, 6 Dec 2019
3617 posts
and now back to wind and heavy showers...and 10c/50f!! Only did a 5k again but enjoyed it more than yesterday. Yeah hillstrider, I'm trying to be more careful when it comes to ice/fog, don't want any broken bones at this age! What a great route yours sounds which I'm sure makes distance far more inviting.
Time trials!?! I would if I could but not having a fully functioning left leg such things are a waste of time for me really.
6 Dec
9:51pm, 6 Dec 2019
10252 posts
Steve, although I'm running against others, the only number that really matters to me is my own performance against other recent performances!

My current 5k on is one of these -but I'm not quite convinced the route isn't about 60m short!

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Welcome to the thread :-) to be on target you need to run 19 Miles per week or 2.7 Miles per day.

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